$32 Million worth of training and services for law enforcement offered by the U.S.
$32 million worth of training and services to help the Philippines against terrorism and illegal drugs. The money was offered by the United states of America that was extended by US Secretary of State, John Kerry in a meeting with the president.
According to a report, President Duterte and Kerry discussed about the common concerns like terrorism, drugs, religious fanaticism and maritime security. During the meeting, the US Secretary of State John Kerry the president of $32 million worth of training and services.
The US offered the money to the Philippines that will cover for the training and services to help the military force of the country. US committed a money to boost the security of the Philippines against terrorism and illegal drugs.
According to a report, the US Secretary of State visit the country to discuss about the territorial dispute that recently held at Vientiane for the ASEAN conference and to boost the diplomatic relationship of the Philippines and the United States.
The result of the meeting was confirmed by the Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella. Abella said to the press that the United States committed $32 million worth of training and services to help the Philippines.
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